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welcome back here with our tease these are the top stories disagreements between leaders played the bloc summit even before it starts with germany angrily rejecting the idea of debt sharing the move crushing the hopes of spain and italy two of the country's worst hit by the crisis. allies turning into anime's three out of four of pakistanis now think of the u.s. as they are foe anger as grown dramatically over civilian deaths from american drone attacks and the thousands killed in insurgency triggered by the u.s. led war in afghanistan. and iran exclusion from the upcoming international meeting on syria casts doubt over the impact of the gathering which aims to find
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a way to end the country's bloodshed russia has insisted on the participation of iran i keep player in the region notion firmly rejected by washington. but more insight on the use mounting dad woes are to talk to peter martin's author and head of the workers' party of belgium is injuries coming right up. today we're joined by peter merton c is a belgian politician of the worker's party and he's also the author of a book called how dare they which focuses on the european crisis and he tries to dissect and find alternative reasons behind what's going on in europe thanks very much mr martin's for joining us today for course the obvious question is the title of your book is how they are thinking who is they who are you referring to after the crisis of two thousand and eight we. asked ourselves.
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what is the change finally after describes because i remember in two thousand and eight there were lots of colorations of for example sarkozy was also obama all the political leaders of. the financial sector in the financial capitalism we're going to take a really radical measures to change that and i wanted to see for yourself this declaration is what he's changed and i think basically in the financial level very slow to change the dollar and if there is something changed on the contrary those who are responsible for the crisis of two thousand and eight have had have received more power and more and even more financial resources so the most important figure i think of the book is the story of the. pretty serious
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investment bank that says that one hundred percent of adult population. in the world little. more than thirty eight percent of all the. earth's so if i understand correctly from your answer they refers to what the leaders obama sarkozy or the bankers or the elite who are you grouping them all together in that block some of them chris. but in each case there is little else in europe and in the united states that is composed. of industrial capitalists see yourself. enterprises of bankers and also of some politician it's a circle the system an upper class from people that know each other well received a banking system in trouble again we have austrian banks the trouble even german banks that are supposedly safer spain is in big trouble now if the problems keep
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persisting despite the solutions leaders have offered in the past does that mean fundamentally the problem has not been solved. he's in the productive sector because there are a lot of forces that are telling that it's only a problem problem of the financial sector but even my vision you have a problem of overcapacity in the production that is present. today like the automobile factories and so traditionally what's coming economy do to resolve this problem that there is more capacity from production there capacity of course they get factory closed to get to rest restrict relations and so on and so on to demolish productivity capacity but neo liberal way was also another way to tackle the crisis and this way was to
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create artificial consumption and they did it by reducing taxes for the richest people in the united states afterwards in germany and everywhere in europe they did it to give to me look lost its credit cards. three four five credit cards the system existed to enlarge the artificial consumption and they did finally to also give to people predatory loaning loans to sell them houses when they knew very good that these people never could. pay them back and the problem of the banking in the banking crisis of two thousand and eight was that. small banks disappeared to the bigger banks state and now we have this problem that's called the failed syndrome it is this too big to fail reasoning that's holding everybody hostage the economies of europe hostage and even holding politicians in their heads now at what point will this reasoning be not enough anymore you can't anymore say it's simply too big
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to fail so in order to change things i think there will be a need to question from from from the from from the basic. we need popular movements are we we are going to in my opinion to where you were a very large number of social conflicts we are seeing it already. beginning of the beginning of the spring of the peoples and we're going to need it so it's true we're seeing a lot of social upheavals now across europe are you saying that only when these social upheavals reach critical mass will there be any change at all that this has got to happen for europe crossing points of three possible ways and there is the one way and this raised. from frank food from and from berlin this is a more authoritarian europe and they want to save the euro by auteurs measures by taking national survey nitty overnights to the european level
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by mixing in matters of salaries for example of each country's of the pensions of recent. crossing points in my view is that europe will separate again and that we have. two three or four europe's like the strong states. germany. one hand middle states like france belgium and luxembourg on the other hand and then the so-called weak states but it's nationalism again and you really have a conflict in europe and then there is a tertiary in my opinion that is the rate that if the people's movements are strong and if they find political translation it's will be possible to go to. something like a socialist europe or europe of so you dirty of corporation banking system it's public
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to our energy system you're probably right it is democracy and one of the countries of course at this crossroads having to make a choice is greece you talked in your book about. a lot of the myths surrounding greece why do you think it's being misrepresented if you have the official figures everyone. and everyone can see that. the. greek people are working. more than two thousand and one dollar a year and that is for example more than six six hundred i would say year more than that in germany more than five hundred dollars a year more than in belgium so the summit of the lazy greeks doesn't exist and so i was asking myself why why are they telling such things on mainstream media. in germany in holmes. in belgium and i think it's very easy to
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understand because the. establishment who has the most. profits from this story since ten years that is the german establishment and the establishment and so in creating this false conception of the greek people you can say but no it's no not a problem of economy it's not a problem of the eurozone it is a problem of lazy greeks what about the euro project now some would argue that the question of whether or not the euro is needed to pursue a united europe is a moot question but the fact that it's what it was chosen as a single currency years ago means that the decision has been made and there's no turning back do you agree with this so you have a europe. organization called table the european round table of industrialists and they are. beyond the scenes really of most powerful organization that was who has pushed the school sets off one of euro. since the end of the eighty's
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in politics and so from the beginning all. european monetary union was conceived. that's a concept to create a big competitive europe that could compete competes with the united states needs etc etc and they knew very well that at the beginning of the euro there were large inequalities in europe so they knew it and they said oh it's no not a problem we create a system. called the jones. and that was a treaty of mastic the norms of maastricht and they said no we're going to level up all the countries to prepare two thousand and two into the introduction of the euro and now we are ten years later and we see that the inequalities in europe. were level to at all but it's created more inequalities than ever in the last
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fifty years and europe and of course the country in focus right now with spain again we're seeing the same solution being prescribed asset prescribed to greece and ireland i think really that the financial sector in all of europe should be transformed theoretically in that we need the public sector in friends in all over europe because now they can be allowed spain into it but it's all a very short term measure as it's structurally it isn't changing a lot and i hope they will help there's a short term but you need also measures at the long term in europe and so our instance it once stupidity what is stupidity stupidities do something twice again and think there will be another results because they said it will solve the crisis in greece now it's for five years greece is in recession it's becoming much worse and much worse and now they're going to take the same program
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to spain in the are expecting magically another result and just briefly talked about socialism two point zero when you. what exactly does that mean by doing to this computer system has to change seriously and i think we are going to need to again socialist system where. there is a large public sector and british role in a system also where. democratic control and i think that for all those sectors that are big to feel for humanity like the banking sector like energy sectors if it is too big to feel for the future of humanity in the world you can we do have a public control and indeed there are sources they say in belgium for worlds and the father of the world it's working force people are working on thinking and creating things that the father of the world and then you as
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a mother of the world and they say that this nature. and this capitalist system has a problem with. this is all father and his own mother they are exploiting the workforce and they are exploiting nature and socialism two point zero my view is a system that is not exploiting its mother and his father but it's a respecting workforce and she respects and peter martin thanks very much for your time and my pleasure. wealthy british scientists on. the telephone. market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy
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we want to present. something else. this agreement between a new leader is playing a block summit even before it starts with germany angrily rejecting the idea of debt sharing the move crushing the hopes of spain and italy two of the country's worst hit by the crisis. allies turning into anime's three out of four pakistanis now think of the us of a or foe anger as ground. oddly over civilian deaths from american drone attacks and the thousands killed in the surge and see triggered by the u.s. led war in afghanistan. and iran is excluded from the upcoming international meeting on syria cast doubt over that impact on the gathering which aims to find a way around the country russia has insisted on the participation of tehran key player in the region notion firmly rejected by watching. all right time for us for
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civilians here with us and even rain a wimbledon couldn't stop the big guns powering a. couple of days for. from monday but i tell you what on wednesday roger federer and novak djokovic they weren't messing around more in the arena in just a sec. have you with us this is sports today a busy all day as well including the stories in free for. travel thinking spain moved to within a game of a historic third straight major championship title running portugal on penalties in europe playing well semifinals. comes the question many in italy go head to head in the second last poor clash of those european championships later on thursday. on monday pain of the dame. at seven
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seeded carling wozniacki at wimbledon with the danish star rushing out of the first draw and other grand slam for the second time ever. it wasn't pretty but spain won't mind not too much the reigning world and european champions qualifying for sunday's euro two thousand and twelve final after a long in the nets point team standing in a row half on the third straight major international football final far from a free flowing clash this nil nil it would finish with chances rare but with a normal and then a thirty minute period and sort of penalties for a ploy for rinaldo to take a leader spot take back fired spectacularly spain winning four two before the real madrid even have a chance to have a go much to blood found in madrid. looking to join spain in the final will be germany or italy who meet in the second semifinal tonight in warsaw the italians will be seeking to continue their own expected great run while the
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germans must make history if they are to make the decider richer from port fate caught up with funds from both sides of the divide. germany italy a true clash of the titans. these two countries to establish themselves as powerhouses of european football over the last seventy years germany have looked imperious so far in this tournament played for one for their supporters would have preferred a semi final clash against england but instead they will have to pick their wits against an italian side who have never managed to beat a major tournament was out a little bit of course and a lot of my friends saying so we are not able to breach to tell you but for me it's clear this time it's it's the exception that's going to govern the route. no one gave it really much hope before this tournament started they were humbled by russia and the only warm up game was some of the players were caught up in yet another corruption scandal on the eve of euro two thousand and twelve. in the first
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part in first turn easily was not so good that i'm out we played that we made people think that we were not so good and then we do at the end you show us so the last match against england was perfect yeah we decided to win because we played very well germany a well known for their forward thinking and efficiency and the zero's a sunny no exception that even created a mobile fan embassy to help out those supporters who are in need of assistance these have been in existence since the world cup in italy in one nine hundred ninety s. and the mobile embassy receives funding from the german football board and provide a vital service to fans but we started our website seven months ago and we are producing to every every match we are producing a frenzy and we have a fan guide we have a helpline where fans can contact us twenty four hours in case they have any problems also was reasonably quiet the day before the match the vast majority of
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sports is yet to arrive in the polish capital however expect a fantastic atmosphere on thursday as two of the biggest powerhouses and world football not colons for. the euro two thousand and twelve final. fortunately euro two thousand and twelve championships are coming to an end in poland the last games played in the country taking place on thursday was on national stadium just behind me well overall the tournament has been very well received by the locals on the holds visiting fans and everyone will be hoping for a classic encounter weekly take on germany richard i'm awfully darcey. that brings us to tennis where day three of wimbledon was suspended for a time because of rain what's new there of course but there was still enough time for third seed roger federer to finish his match and book a place in the third round six time champion federer dropping only six games on way to a six one six three six two win over italian five year fognini after the match the fed expressed you this is a testament of his support. i mean i thought of trying hard to be quite honest
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obviously it's hard to get into the match when you're down and i was serving well that. you know you're not going to get many chances throughout the movie against me when i'm serving. it was most obvious it's frustrating. russian meal rest on the day centered around mikail youzhny and igor on the rear of twenty six easing into the next stage with a straight sets win over a spanish qualifier in eagle sirrah volunteers but. is denise is to mend his victory while late in the day novak djokovic ensured his quest for a second straight wimbledon title remains very much intact following a three set win over american ryan hawks and. now there have been a few upsets at wimbledon early on in the women's game on wednesday was no exception seventh seed carline was an iraqi crushing out in the first line of a grand slam for just the second ever time a straight up and comer to mira scheck losing the first set against the dane but
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not her mental resolve the twenty one year old fighting back from the brink in the second before really settling into a rhythm in the third five. seven seven five six they were how it ended jack's no he returned ten opponents. to nasty surprises for kim clijsters meanwhile as the belgian beat. in the second run the twenty nine year old having just ten unforced errors all much compared to the eighteen winners in the straight sets win six three six three the final score vera is valerie over. the russian herself showing little rust in a comeback from a shoulder injury which forced her to miss the french open the twenty seven year old beating sylvia soulé espinosa in three compartment reoccur lanka soft lino to also advance in run. now at just under a month to go before the start of the olympic games london mayor boris johnson says
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the city is ready to welcome the world johnson was speaking tonic image of the games the five rings were lowered from the capitals equally as iconic tower bridge the games which start on the twenty seventh of july will be the first in london since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight or ten thousand athletes and millions of spectators are expected to descend on the english capital on johnson sais the city is more than ready. as ready as any city has ever been at this stage in the olympic president probably better that the international olympic committee would say one of the mazy job the liberal authority. in getting london ready and that's a big big invitation from us to the world it's saying here we are folks who are ready come to london and finally back to football where a major sports manufacturer is helping those who dream of playing the game professionally even at the relatively advanced age of twenty robert has more to.
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they love the game they have the skills and have been dreaming of becoming football stars here is there a shot. of part. of the night jones program seeking gifted players from all over the globe from sixteen to twenty years old and strictly without professional contracts the russian selection saw dozens of contenders exploited and assessed by professional coaches at the table when you margaret look at this he did all the hard work and failed to score he looks great but i want to make sure he's got what it takes to finish the nineteen ninety three russian cup winner. and t.v. commentator on day to life and he's call it based the hard test on sunday selecting only for
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a lucky ones who will represent the country in the finals in barcelona among the magnificent one hundred nature all born talents from pole over the world fighting for their dreams to come true pile price is sixteen out of one hundred ten global participants will go on the global war football tour to best's nike teams like you vandals like manchester united it's a chance for ever even if they aren't their future looks promising for the other but i presume that some of these guys most likely those four who will be chosen today will be able to start playing in the russian premier league or the first division in a couple of years so if you're curious you can follow the winners careers and see if i'm right and here they are all goal of getting on one yeah it's up to him and legs loves near enough the ones who made it to the finals but maybe still at the very beginning of a long and glorious way. you can always see if a player is really good even when he fails you see the has the skills is the way he
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acts it really matters in any of these four have the potential to play in a professional level. robert virginia r.t. . i create opportunity for all involved with the well there is no here on twenty four hour just under two hours. for the coolness the magic of transforming airplanes into jet trains. into. profits by building instead of the german small place east for the self knowledge
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you know how sometimes you see a story and it seems so for lengthly you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm tom harvey welcome to the big.


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